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Four PAC teams in post-season.

CMU of course in NCAA

ECAC:

W&J
Grove City
Westminster

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: November 07, 2022, 09:10:24 pm »
https://www.news-herald.com/2022/10/30/john-carroll-mens-basketball-loses-to-case-in-scrimmage/

The John Carroll team that CWRU beat 87-80 in the exhibition/scrimmage was the last place team in the OAC, but have brought in a passel of transfers from D! and D2. So many that they are third in the pre-season poll and got one first place vote.
https://pioneers.marietta.edu/news/2022/11/4/mens-basketball-no-2-in-oac-preseason-poll.aspx

Spartans open Tuesday with Denison (4th in NCAC preseason poll).


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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: November 01, 2022, 07:35:01 pm »
Thanks Greek Tragedy

From the article -- Drenth absence due to season ending injury.

Prendergast out for five weeks, so should be back for UAA play.

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: October 26, 2022, 03:51:48 pm »
https://www.d3hoops.com/top25/men/2022-23/preseason

Rochester #11
WashU #16
CWRU #19
Emory RV (27th most)

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A bit of clarity in the Spartans QB quadrille. Owing to an injury to Wojkowski, Fromberg lined up a lot at WR Saturday and caught 3 passes. This week he's listed at WR on the depth chart.

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: October 24, 2022, 08:02:21 pm »
Case Western Reserve is the last team to officially publish a roster so I thought I would update my post from March.

https://athletics.case.edu/sports/mbkb/2022-23/roster

Case Western Reserve

Few teams picked up more graduate transfer minutes than the Spartans this seasons.  They lose Hines, Kornaker and Prendergast along with seniors Newton and Faller.

They return Frilling along with three other players who averaged 10-15 minutes per game including Drenth, Florey and Thorburn.

Prendergast and Frilling were so good last season and both should have all-UAA season.  And with the addition of Frauhenheim and the post-season run they had last season, I completely understand the Top 25 talk.

But after those three guys, as an outsider, this team is a mystery.

As I noted earlier this week. Sole not graduating big man Hunter Drenth is not on the roster.

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With Grove City’s loss, the Spartans are still in the race.

Will need to run the table.

Westminster is on that table. CMU has an open date before the Academic Bowl. But for a miracle penalty on a kneel down and punt block TD in 2017, leading to a Spartan OT win, CMU would have won the last 6 meetings. Though 2018 was an OT CMU win.

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Average margin of victory 5.3  Isn't that pretty much the definition of parity?

Carnegie-Mellon 40, Grove City 33
Carnegie-Mellon 10, Westminster 0
Carnegie-Mellon 12, Wash-Jeff 7
Case-Western 14, Wash-Jeff 10
Wash-Jeff 17, Westminster 14
Grove City 14, Case-Western 13
Westminster 24, Grove City 17

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: October 20, 2022, 04:54:15 pm »
Frauenheim is definitely a nice grad transfer, but pretty sure he didn't average 29.5 points per game. He did average 29.7 minutes per game for Susquehanna.

You are correct. My mistake. 10.1 ppg

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« on: October 20, 2022, 03:33:07 pm »
I have it on pretty good authority that leading scorer and Region 7 first team Mitch Prendergast (18.0 ppg) is returning to the Spartans for his final year of eligibility. As previously reported, Region 5 first team Danny Frauenheim (10.1 ppg) joins the Spartans as a grad transfer. Cole Frilling (16.1 ppg) a Region 7 third team selection returns for his senior year. However, Hunter Drenth, the Spartans big man off the bench as a sophomore, does not appear to be returning. There are two 6'7 newcomers however.

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Welcome back Andrew

Vasiliadis returned last Saturday, but only carried six times for a net of 4 yards. He's listed backup in the two-deep for this week's game.

What I've observed this year is that the Tartan's offense is a big play offense. If they don't get at least one big play in a drive, it stalls.

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Region 4 football (Great Lakes-ish) / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« on: October 07, 2022, 12:37:39 pm »
It is Friday and the Raiders Sports information Office has not previewed the Homecoming game
against Heidelberg, Does anyone know what is going on there? ::)

You realize that they can't put anything out until they get Heidelberg's info.

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General football / Re: Conference rankings
« on: October 04, 2022, 02:01:40 pm »
May I nominate the PAC?

From a post by Bob Gregg

The PAC AQ is going to go to one of these five (no big surprise):
Carnegie-Mellon 3-0
Grove City 2-1
Wash-Jeff 2-1
Case Western 2-1
Westminster 1-1

Here are head-to-head results so far:
Carnegie-Mellon 40, Grove City 33
Carnegie-Mellon 10, Westminster 0
Grove City 14, Case-Western 13
Case-Western 14, Wash-Jeff 10

Here's the remaining schedule of head-to-head matchups:
Oct. 8  Wash-Jeff at Westminster
Oct. 15 Carnegie-Mellon at Wash-Jeff
Oct. 22 Westminster at Grove City
Oct. 29 none
Nov. 5 Grove City at Wash-Jeff, Case-Western at Westminster
Nov. 12 Carnegie-Mellon at Case-Western

IF CMU wins out, the AQ goes to the Tartans.
IF Wash-Jeff wins out, the Presidents need somebody to beat CWRU.
IF Grove City wins out, the Wolverines need somebody to beat CMU.
IF Westminster wins out, the Titans need somebody to beat CMU
IF Case-Western wins out, the Spartans need somebody to beat Grove City.


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Meaningless trivia from Saturday's game. The top four tacklers for Spartans last names all start with T -- Torres, Troch, Toth, and Tong.

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Week 5 already.....3 conference unbeatens, 3 conference winless, 5 conference 1-1 teams...

Allegheny (1-1) at Wash/Jeff (1-1)
Case-Western (2-0) at Grove City (1-1)
Thiel (0-1) at Bethany (0-1)
Westminster (1-0) at Carnegie-Mellon (2-0)

Geneva, Saint Vincent and Waynesburg are all on recess this weekend.

Ice is looking forward to the seeing the Westminster/CM result.

3 interesting games and 1 shrug.

CMU has persevered the last two weeks without its All-American RB. He's not listed in their two-deep this week either. They beat Grove City by scoring after three pics. They were massively outgained by the Wolverines though.

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